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Danielle Hunter, Vikings agree to revised deal, clearing way for Pro Bowl DE to attend minicamp, per report

1 month ago   |   By CBS Sports

Hunter is getting a little more money heading into 2021
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Report: Vikings, Danielle Hunter Agree To Terms On ‘Reworked Deal'

1 month ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - The Minnesota Vikings and star defensive end Danielle Hunter have agreed to terms on a “reworked deal,” according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Win-win: The Vikings and pass-rusher Danielle Hunter have agreed to terms on a reworked deal, sources say. Hunter gets significant money moved up in his contract, while Minnesota gets one of its stars to report. A solid conclusion for all sides in an ongoing saga.
- Ian Rapoport June 14, 2021
As part of the deal, Hunter will get $5.6 million of the money he is due this year as a signing bonus, Rapoport reported. The contract also...
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Danielle Hunter to attend Vikings mandatory minicamp, Pro Bowl pass-rusher won't hold out, per report

1 month ago   |   By CBS Sports

Hunter is looking for a new contract but won't miss minicamp
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Report: Danielle Hunter Will Attend Vikings' Mandatory Minicamp

1 month ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - Amid rumors of a contract dispute and potential holdout, the NFL Network is reporting Minnesota Vikings defensive end Danielle Hunter will attend the team's mandatory minicamp.
NFL Network analyst James Jones, a former Green Bay Packers wide receiver, first reported Hunter's planned attendance, citing unnamed sources.
The Vikings kick off their mandatory mini-camp tomorrow with players reporting today. Sources say that Danielle Hunter WILL be in attendance. nflnetwork
- James Jones June 14, 2021
Hunter, 26, missed the entirety of last season after a neck surgery. There have...
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